Submitted by nbartels on Fri, 02/12/2010 - 16:10
My colleague and good bud Katherine Bonfante, our managing editor of all things digital, has been slaving over a hot computer all day. Result? A delicious collection of Control podcasts that you can download to your iPod for free from the iTunes store. Check 'em out here.
Category: 2009 Automation Fair CAP CCST Certified Automation Professional Control Control en EspaÃ±ol Controlglobal Feature Controlglobal.com engineering education ISA Katherine Bonfante Rockwell Automation
Submitted by nbartels on Wed, 11/11/2009 - 17:21
Don't get me wrong. I'm not dissing Rockwell Automation here. It's just that when we're in the middle of producing show dailies at events such as Automation Fair, we get pretty focused. So I'm taking a break here to see what's happening in the rest of the world.
Category: Bela Liptak commentary Control en EspaÃ±ol Controlglobal features Dan Hebert Greg McMillan Jay Abshier Jim Montague Katherine Bonfante Keith Larson shameless self promotion Stan Weiner standards
Submitted by nbartels on Tue, 08/28/2007 - 17:39
If the editor in chief goes on vacation and no one know where, does the magazine blog cease to exist? Not necessarily. At least not if he made the mistake of giving his managing editor the password to the posting software.
Category: commentary Control en EspaÃ±ol Controlglobal features ControlGlobal staff Katherine Bonfante
Submitted by waltboyes on Thu, 08/23/2007 - 16:05
In English: With the ever increasing number of readers from outside North America, we've been looking for ways to improve our ability to serve those readers, and yet retain the tight control over quality of article and resource that Control and ControlGlobal.com is famous for.
Submitted by waltboyes on Mon, 07/09/2007 - 18:37
We are pleased to welcome Katherine Bonfante to our team here at Control and controlglobal.com, as well as at ControlDesign and Industrial Networking. Katherine joined us today as the new Digital Managing Editor for controlglobal.com and controldesign.com, replacing Rick Pedraza, who is pursuing new opportunities.